Introducing Girls That Mix – fearsome females who get the party started!

Hey lovelies, hope you’re having a fabulous week!

I’ve been sooooo busy, both in the UK and abroad recently, my head is feeling a bit dizzy! This good weather has been incredible, especially for the beautiful couples I’ve had the pleasure of entertaining on their big days – I love being a wedding saxophonist so much.

Licence to thrill

I might be a Manchester saxophonist but I am always ready to travel with my light-up sax and glitzy dresses. For the last two days I’ve been having a well-deserved break back in Bristol… it was needed.

I’ve done 20 events over 20 days in 4 countries this month! It’s been exhausting but the adrenaline rush has been out-of-this-world. Wouldn’t change a thing (aside from the delayed flights!)

Manchester musicians with sass!

In this blog post I thought I’d introduce you to two of my friends and fellow musicians who I collaborate with… so you can get to know them better. They are Manchester based, just so you know which means that we often meet up for prosecco and sushi if we’ve not seen each other for a while. (We adore having a girly catch up!)

This weekend I’m heading to Leeds and Cheshire to get my groove on with my percussionist Rachel and my DJ Emma … who I love to the moon and back. They are incredibly talented, and we perform so well together, we’re a force to be reckoned with. We first met back in 2014 in Manchester and we’ve been best buds ever since.

Together we are Girls That Mix. Think Charlie’s Angels with musical ability! I’ll be on my sax, Rachel will be on her bongos and Emma will be controlling the decks. Last week we had a fun, crazy night… with Joey Essex joining us as he was hosting the VIP party we were playing at!

If you’re looking for a Manchester saxophonist (or a trio of talented Manchester musicians) get in touch and I’ll check my diary. I’d love to add some of my Girl On Sax sparkle to your party or event,

Much love,



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